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Wednesday: 8pm–8:30pm (Embankment)
Sandwiches and hot drinks.
79a Tottenham Court Rd, (Entrance in Whitfield Street), London W1T 4TD
020 7580 2791
Monday & Tuesday: 10am–12am
The soup kitchen provides free hot meals, clothes and toiletries. The clothes closet is open on alternate Mondays. This service is closed in August.
Clothing store, Food (free)
3A Cazenove Road, Stoke Newington, London N16 6PA
Thursday: 6:15pm–7:30pm (Lincoln‚Äôs Inn Fields)
Mission statement: "Empowering people, inspiring change. Love is all there is." Vegetarian food, and music while they distribute.
c/o All Souls Clubhouse, 141 Cleveland Street, London W1T 6QG
020 7580 3522
Saturday: 5:30am–8:15am (tea run: 5.30am Tavistock Street; 6.10 Old Howard Hotel, Temple Place; 6.40 Adam Street; 7.20 Police Station, King William IV Street; 7.50 St John‚Äôs Church, Waterloo)
Saturday: 9am–12am (day centre at Webber Street, near Waterloo)
Christian organisation that participates in the Westminster Churches Winter Shelter (by referral only). Saturday evenings entertainment (by invitation from All Souls Church, Langham Place, every Monday at 9.30am).
Food, Leisure activities
235 Shaftesbury Ave, London WC2H 8EP
020 7240 0544
Limited number of tickets for Sunday roast available at 10.30am.
Hilldrop Road, Holloway, London N7 0JE
020 7607 7355
Friday: 7pm–7:30pm (Strand)
No further details available.
Monday–Sunday: 8pm–8:30pm (Mission Grove car park, Walthamstow)
Hot meals from a mobile kitchen van.
Thursday: 7:30pm–8pm (last week of month, Strand)
No further details available.
Allen Street, Kensington, London W8 6UX
0207 937 5782
Tuesday: 9pm–10pm (Seaforth Place, behind Westminster City Hall)
Outreach mission from young Copts.
St John?¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢s Church Hall, Mattock Lane, London W13 9LA
0208 840 0651
Saturday & Sunday: 3:30pm–5pm
They also give practical help/housing advice. AA meetings.
Accommodation/housing advice, Alcohol workers, Food (free)
Romford Rd/Upton Lane, London E7 8BD
020 8522 1900
374 Lee High Road, London SE12 8RS
020 8852 8261
Tuesday: 6pm–8pm (Life Bread)
Free hot food.
Unit H04, Tower Bridge Business Complex, 100 Clements Road, London SE16 4DG
020 7394 2468
Redistributes surplus fresh food to vulnerable people. Works with over 250 local charities, 150 companies and 200 volunteers to improve the health and well being of over 9,500 vulnerable people annually.
114 Mount Street, London W1K 3AH
020 7493 7811
Oxford St route: Davies St, Bourdon St, S Molton St, Oxford St (S Moulton St to Oxford Circus), top end of Regent St to Hanover St, Hanover Sq, New Bond St Berkeley Sq route: Berkeley Sq; Berkeley St; Green Park tube; Piccadilly. Hyde Park Corner route: Mount St; Park Lane underpasses (Park La and Hyde Pk Corner); Shepherds Mkt; Curzon St.
Friday: 8:45pm–11pm (Strand, near Ryman‚Äôs)
Friday: 8:45pm–11pm (Waterloo, near IMAX)
Help for people of all faiths and none, and a sympathetic ear.
Sunday: 6pm–6:30pm (Lincoln‚Äôs Inn Fields)
No further details.
Thursday: 8:30pm–10pm (King George‚Äôs Hostel)
Hot meals, soup, cake, fruit, tea and coffee.
Monday: 9pm–9:30pm (behind Adelphi Theatre)
No further details available.
Saturday: 5pm–6pm (alternate Saturdays, the Narroway)
For details, please email the group: email@example.com.
020 8310 4084
Sunday & Monday: 6:30pm–8pm (meal at King George‚Äôs Hostel)
Saturday: 10am–2pm (alternate weeks, King George‚Äôs Hostel)
Good Samaria Network share in the mission of 'active compassion' in caring for and supporting homeless people.
Advocacy, Clothing store, Food (free)
102 Caledonian Road, London N1 9DN
07946 420 827
Monday–Saturday: 12am–1pm (Caversham Rd)
Monday–Saturday: 1pm–1:45pm (Arlington Rd/Inverness St)
Monday–Saturday: 2pm–2:30pm (York Way)
Monday–Friday: 12:45am–1:45pm (LSE and SOAS)
Monday–Friday: 10am–4pm (computer centre etc)
Monday–Thursday: 7:30pm–8:30pm (Lincoln‚Äôs Inn Fields)
Computer training centre, yoga and music. Delicious food made with pure vegetarian ingredients.
Education/training, Food (free), Internet access, Leisure activities, Music/drama
St John Vianney Church Hall, 386 West Green Road, Haringey, London N15 3QL
Monday: 1pm–4pm (drop-in, immigration & welfare advice, hot lunch)
Weekly drop-in service. Free immigration advice from legal professionals, and advice and signposting services on welfare and health issues. It provides a safe and welcoming space, helping to reduce social isolation amongst migrants and serving as a hub for social and wellbeing activities. It welcomes people from all migrant groups, regardless of their specific immigration status.
Advocacy, Benefits advice, Food (free), Legal advice
1 Creek Road, Deptford, London SE8 3BT
020 8692 0048
Saturday: 12am–2pm (lunch only)
Sandwiches, snacks and drinks.
PO Box 4215, Victoria, London SW1E 5XH
020 7630 7987
Friday: 9pm–11pm (Waterloo station)
A warm, caring, multicultural church, in the heart of London.